tv KRON 4 Early News KRON July 17, 2013 6:00am-7:01am PDT
in an early-morning shooting. we have a crew on the scene with the latest. >> we also have a live look at the port of oakland, it is still shut down now after a worker died yesterday. >> we are also watching the weather. and other chilly start your day, but a warm- up is coming. let's start this hour with the check of the forecast. >> below the golden gate bridge you will see gray skies. the good news is that the fog will clear a lot faster than yesterday. that means that the sun and will have the opportunity to warm things up. woman weather is on the way and this is the first official day of the warming trend. >> we are tracking a hot
spot on interstate 680 south bound perry ed lanes were blocked on 680 south bond that is why is now back up. that accident is on the shoulder. >> we are following a developing story out of the east bay were the portico oakland is closed today. >> they told us that they're speaking to two people in connection with this in no word yet on any arrest. this is the area where this pit bull attack to this officer. this whole situation began on lebraun brought drive.
they stated that they received . the suspects fled from the scene and they tracked the car down. officials stated that a records check showed that the only was on searchable probation. they make contact and that is when a dog emerged from the basement and bit the officer in the leg. other officers shot and killed the dog. officer is now in the hospital with a not life-threatening injury. you can see officers are starting to now leave the scene and we are going to get an update shortly. a woman ran from inside as she stated that this was her dog that was shot and killed and that she is upset. she did not want to speak with us
and she stated that the police was long. at this point we do not know if she is the one that was on probation. >> we would check back with mike pelton later for an update. >> police in the east bay are on high alert as protesters took to the streets. >> i just found out that the port open was still being shut down. they stated that because of this dance on the job, many of them never got a chance to get word that this is the shutdown and out of respect to this woman. >>
we just received word that supervisors are going out here talking to the truck drivers to let them know that they're not open for business. there are no workers at the port oakland. they cannot unload or load the trucks. i wanted to know what does it have to do with the truck drivers because of they do not pick up they do not get paid. they stated that because of respect they're not going to get paid as well. >>'re all in this together. >> we will have to wait to see, i guess these truck drivers would just have to park their trucks and wait until tomorrow. >> the time is 6:04 a.m.. police in the east bay are on high alert as protesters took to the streets for a fourth straight night following the acquittal of george zimmerman.
in oakland, police made sure they outnumbered protesters. this, after the department fell under scrutiny for being unprepared following saturdays verdict. police handed out tickets and made one arrest, a much different scene from monday >> a city council meeting was held earlier in the night, and neighbors talked about their concerns following tuesday night's violent protest. they said they do not feel their city is prepared for what *could happen if the violent protests continue. paul figueroa from the oakland police department says officers were prepared with a contigency plan when the verdict came down on saturday. he says police presence has been growing each day, but it is sometimes difficult to >> it is very difficult in situations like this to deal with a large number of individuals. when you engage
in acts of violence, and vandalism, one incident we had a group of officers who were being assaulted by people. they were taken into custody. this required a significant order of police involvement. >> police are asking anyone with videos or photos that can help find more suspects from the attacks on tuesday evening to call the oakland police department. >> officials say the four south korean pilots of an asiana plane crash are being treated for psychological trauma and injuries caused by the incident. land, infrastructure and transport ministry officials said today that the pilots have been hospitalized in south korea following medical checkups after returning home over the weekend. the pilots underwent questioning by a u-s and south korean joint investigation team. and while in the u-s south korean officials plan to conduct separate interviews
>> a woman and her 8-year-old son, injured in the crash- landing of asiana flight 214, are suing the airline over the accident. the lawsuit, filed on monday in federal court, accuses the airline of "wanton and willful disregard for the rights and safety of all passengers." passengers younga jun machorro and benjamin machorro were seated toward the front of the plane when it clipped a seawall, sending it spinning down the runway in san francisco. their lawyer says machorro and her son suffered back >> the time is 6:07 a.m.. here is a live look outside at walnut creek. traffic is very light. george is following a hot spot. would check in with him to see if this will hold you up. we will be right back.
>> the time now with 6:10 a.m.. today, house republicans in washington are taking another run at scrapping president obama's key provision of his health care law. the house has scheduled votes to delay the law's individual and employer mandates. it will be the 38th time the g-o-p majority has tried to eliminate, defund or scale however, the measure is going nowhere in the
democratic-controlled earlier this month, the administration announced a one year delay requiring large businesses to provide health care coverage for their workers or pay a >> a bipartisan group of senators met yesterday evening with president obama and vice president joe biden for the latest talks to lower interest rates on student loans. interest rates on new subsidized stafford student loans doubled to 6-point8 percent on july first because congress didn't avert the hike. lawmakers are now trying to find a compromise that would restore lower rates without adding to the nation's deficit. no deal was announced after >> a state report says a lion shot dead in march by deputies after it mauled a volunteer at a california wildlife park was in perfect health. the california animal health and food safety laboratory said in the report that extensive testing shows the male african lion, known as "cous cous" did not have rabies.
had he tested positive, it might have explained why the young lion attacked 24- year-old dianna hanson. hanson was cleaning the lion's cage at "cat haven" east of fresno, when she was >> the time is 6:11 a.m.. here is a live look at the approach to the bay bridge. pleasanton is at 68 degrees. that will get a high of 87 pleasanton is at 68 degrees. that will get a high of 87 degrees this after uh-oh! guess what day it is?? pleasanton is at 68 degrees. that will get a high of 87 degreguess what day it is! huh...anybody? julie! hey...guess what day it is?? ah come on, i know you can hear me. mike mike mike mike mike... what day is it mike? ha ha ha ha ha ha! leslie, guess what today is? it's hump day. whoot whoot! ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? i'd say happier than a camel on wednesday. hump day!!! yay!! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
>> welcome back. more than 2-thousand firefighters are battling a fast moving wildfire in southern california. here you can see the flames and thick billowing smoke. at least 19- structures have been destroyed including 3 houses and 3 mobile homes. and dozens of homes and an animal sanctuary have been evacuated. the wildfire started monday in the mountains between palm springs and hemet and has surged to about 14- square miles. the fire is only 10- percent contained.the cause still >> the time is 6:15 a.m.. we will not take a look at the hot spots. >> the cost of the 680 south bound. there were two
occurring accident. they have both been cleared but i am not sure that we will recover. we are backed up in the southbound direction coming out concord. i would not be surprised if 680 starts to back up. there is some hope that this would ease before the commute is into full swing but possible, this may damage the west of the drive coming down from highway 4 out a pittsburg and antioch. so far we have not seen this bill over but the potential does exist. again, all lanes are cleared. >> the bridge just show your ride on the bay bridge is starting to back up since the meter read lights have been activated. the san mateo bridge is joined at the commute on highway 92 in the westbound direction
where traffic is still pretty light. as for the golden gate bridge on 1 01 southbound is delays free. >> it is a another great start for your morning. here is a live look outside from our roof cam. satellite and radar however, shows a, rent a later and that means that the cloud cover is not as far inland. and it will not last as long. earlier clearing = more sunshine. off to a mild start oakland is a 66 degrees. 67 right now in downtown san francisco. by noon, we will be pretty mild. as we put the clock into motion by 3:00 p.m. all the warm will start to make an appearance. this is where we will see
the '80s. you can expect the clouds to make a comeback and the temperatures will be mainly in the '60s. >> take a look at the 80s in the south bay. 84 degrees for its those of you in campbell. upper 80s for fairfield, in antioch, and pittsburg. downtown san francisco have a high of 66 degrees. your extended forecast marks today as the first day of the warming trend in fact, we will continue with warmer conditions into tomorrow. we will continue with the warming trend and the temperatures will be higher for saturday. >> fairfield police say that three people were shot during what is believed to be a drug deal late monday night. the shooting happened
around 11:00 p.m. on pennsylvania avenue near illinois st.. one of the shooting victims was shot four times. the other two victims suffered a single gunshot wound. all three victims are expected to survive. police said they found a loaded assault rifle with an extended a magazine and a large quantity of watching wall street this at the shooting scenf methamphetame shooting scene. >> police are asking for your help in finding a man who stabbed to customers at a concord-station last night. police say suspect
john gleason, suddenly pulled a knife and started stabbing at two men who work fueling their car after approaching them. gleason of land from the area before the officers arrived. >> new this morning, in india, at least 20 children have died after eating free meals and a primary school. another 27 children at the school could have been hospitalized. some of them are in serious condition. the children age ranges from 8 to 11 years old. a preliminary investigation suggested that the food had traces of insecticide that was not washed off before it was served. >> south africans are preparing to celebrate the 95th birthday of nelson
mandela. the former president remains critically ill in a hospital. nelson mandela center of memory has asked people stuck volunteered 67 minutes to charity. this is an honor what they say are 67 years the mandela served his community. mandel was amended to a hospital on june the eighth for a recurring lung infection. >> the capt. response before the 2012 s shipwreck of the coastal korea is trying for a plea bargain deal. this is video of the cruise ship after it ran off the italian coast. the trial of the captain, francesco schettino, resumed today. his lawyer is not
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yesterday did little to impress investors on wall street. futures trading right now shows all three indexes in the negative. here's a look at the closing numbers. the dow fell 32 points. the nasdaq fell nine points. and the s-and-p lost four points. opening bell is at 6:30. >> yahoo's second-quarter results aren't giving marissa mayer a lot to celebrate as she completes her first year running the internet company. the numbers released tuesday show yahoo inc.'s earnings climbed 46 percent, thanks to a major boost from an investment in chinese internet company alibaba. but yahoo's revenue fell 7 percent from last year, highlighting a recurring problem despite other signs of progress under mayer's leadership. the lackluster growth reflects yahoo's difficulties selling more digital advertising as marketers increase their spending at rivals google inc. and facebook inc. yahoo earned $331 million, or 30 cents per share in the three months ending in june. revenue totaled $1.14 billion.
>> traveling to or from the bay area into reno just got a little easier. allegiant air is announcing plane for a new non-stop flight between oakland and reno. the airline says flights will begin on august 30th and operate twice a week between oakland international and reno-tahoe international airport. the company says the initial fare will be 40-dollars for >> if you purchased a pair of skechers booty-firming shape-ups, a check may be in the mail for you. the federal trade commission is mailing more than a -half a million checks to consumers who bought the so-called toning shoes. the company agreed to pay a 40-million-dollar settlement after it was accused of deceiving consumers with false promises, saying the shoes would help people lose weight and strengthen muscles. skechers recruited celebrities like kim kardashian to promote the shoes.
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street to route the morning. >> we are going to check in with the traffic. george is following a hot spot. >> walnut creek is still jammed up on 242 and 680. this is due to an accident earlier that blocked multifold lanes perry emultiplea residual slowing that is improving but i am still not sure that will clear out and i think women is still sit slow traffic for the rest of the commute. >> we're also looking as slowing at the bay bridge toll plaza. the meter and lights were activated before 6:00 a.m.. the traffic is already backed up to 80 interchange. we're looking at a 15 to 18 minute drive time. >> we made it through most
of the work week and we are starting off with that of the gray morning. the good > news is that we are same partial clearing for the inland spots. as we head into afternoon you can expect more sunshine. upper 80s before it live. we will see normal weather into the weekend and i will have a full detail what to expect as 6:45 a.m.. >> just crossing the wires. gay marriage becomes legal in britain as queen elisabeth the second gives or royal approval. british lawyers had passed a bill legalizing same-sex marriage in england and wales, members of the house of commons yesterday approved a
minor amendments made to the legislation, which had cleared the house of lords on monday. now, all that the bill needed to become official was or royal approval. the bill will enable gay couples to get married and both civil and religious ceremonies in england and wales. it also will allow couples who had previously entered into a symbol partnership to convert their relationship to a marriage. >> we are also following a developing story out of the east bay where the porto oakland is closed today due to a death. kron 4 will tran is live at the port this morning. >> this shutdown immediately after they learned about this woman's death. these
interests against are shut down and this is upsetting a lot of people. they understand, what happened and they do feel bad but they stated that they have family. listen to this one truck driver. >> i can see the 1 port 7 hours she was at zero what about arrest was the are stuck out here. he has been here since yesterday. if i can i get my load off i am stuck here till tomorrow, i do not make any money. we are out here to make money. >> back live, i want to show you, here this gentleman is talking to the other truck drivers. they are refusing to leave until they hear from the union. that was someone to come out and let them know what is going on. truck drivers are just back up just talking to each other wondering what is going on. they said they did
not receive word and some of them have been here since 2:00 a.m. for these dates to open up. instead, they're just waiting to hear from the union. >> this does not work related, >> and this is not out of protest or anything like that or zero should needed to be called them. he told may that this worker usually operates heavy equipment and that usually that parked their equipment in one place but when her equipment did not return that went around to look for her and that is when they callesaul heard dead, it looked like she had died of natural causes. >> we're also fall when this
other developing story in the south bay where an officer has been injured and a dog has been killed. to get you more news faster, we will go to our solo reporter mike pelton who was live in san jose. >> police received a call about 1:30 a.m. that three suspects were breaking into mailboxes. police say that the suspects fled in a vehicle. officials said that the owner was on probation and that they made contact with the woman inside the home. they stated a pit bull emerge from the basement and bit the officer in the leg. other officers killed the pit bull and officer is now at a nearby hospital. at this point, we have not gotten any word on arrest. we're still check in
with police for those details. we did have a chance to speak with the owner of the pit bull and another man who lives inside of this house. we will hear from both of them coming up. >> the time is 6:35 a.m.. >> vandals also damaged an oakland restaurant during the violent protests monday night. "flora" on 19th and telegraph had their windows shattered, walls spray painted and one of their employees was attacked. this is a picture of the employee after the attack. he was standing outside trying to protect the restaurant from further damage when a protestor hit him on the head with a hammer. he was blooded and bruised and was sent to the
emergency room to be treated for his injuries. restaurant owners say he is doing ok, and will take a few days off before >> the time is 6:36 a.m.. here is a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. erica has been talking about cooler conditions. we are looking forward to a warm-up for the weekend. we will have full details of that coming up to 6:45 a.m.. whatwh makesakour oumilymimilei
>> the morning the time is 6:40 a.m.. stevie wonder says he won't set foot to perform in florida, or any other state with a "stand your ground" law. this is in response to saturday's not guilty verdict in the george zimmerman murder trial. wonder says until the "stand your ground" law disappears, he will never perform in florida again. nearly two dozen u-s states have some version of a
"stand your ground law." wonder's announcement is the most vocal one by any celebrity in conne with >> the august issue of rolling stone magazine has not been released yet but it is are because in so shoat media backlash. the issue will feature the surviving boston and bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaecv.v. the cover shows a photo that he took up himself. the story
promises to deliver an account of " how it charming kid with a bright future became a monster. " people have come on twitter of facebook calling it a glamorization. however, this is not the first time that rolling stone has done this. >> ana calderon not okay! this curiosity or knowledge is behind this issue, i can think of many other magazines that would make more sense. given him a head shot at making him look like a rock star is disturbing and sick. >> darlene katanic what put him on the cover any magazine at all? he is on the cover of a magazine this
doeif he is on the cover of a magazine, this does not creatthis creates a tension like he was trying to get to begin with? he belongs in a death row jail cell for rest of his miserable life. >> michael donovan aparicio is inappropriate to include a cover photo of a suspect in a national news event? i understand frustration about civilization, but let's not go so far as to suggest having is the cover photo of a suspect in about senh
a line we are watching wall street with our financial adviser rob black. >> ben bernanke is scheduled to testify. >> everyone has just been freaking all because they do not know when the sets will start. >> that problem will start in september, or november. it may taper off or they may cut ties spread we will get a little bit more color on that. i will say that about a couple weeks ago it pushed. we are doing okay. and the roller coaster is--
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was off, with that said they needed videos because they're quarter was not good. next year, if they do not show for revenue, that would limit on her. that would need to get their act together. they have downsized their company. >> their best asset is out of china. she has put things in place that should take effect. >> netflix will try this next week. a again on the future of mobile. >> we would check back with rob did 9:15 a.m. with our winners and losers. >> the time is 6:48 a.m.. when not take a look at the
weather. >> here's a look at walnut creek. there is a lot the cloud cover that is going to clear. here is a look at the current conditions. oakland is as 60 degrees. fog tracker 4 is showing that we will still be holding on to cloudy skies. the delta and places like in napa are already seeing sunshine. the cloud cover will continue to peel back as we head into the hourly afternoon. by lunchtime, most of us will be in sunshine. this includes the peninsula, the ease the bay shoreline, and those of you along the coast line. the cloud cover will be so early to clear that we will see much warmer weather. >> we will have low 70's for the shoreline and low 60's for the coast. take a look get tomorrows temperature. that will continue to climb.
saturday is a bit of to be the warmest day of the week with mid-90s. we will have graduate cooler weather as we start next work with. >> the time is 6:49 a.m.. >> we are same slow or covering for 680 in the southbound direction. it is the ride on 680 south bound and 242 south the was backed up early. we had word of two separate accidents. they each blocked lines for about 45 minutes. that is why the ride is still jammed up but it is improving slightly. your drive time is still 24 minutes but that is improving. >> it is a fairly typical pattern for the ride through hayward on 880. west 580 is
heavy, not all to my past with. the south bay freeway is picking up congestion on 87. 85 is still clear in the north bay ride is still looking great. >> take a look it to ride was bound to the bay bridge. it is stand steady at 16 to 80 minutes. the san mateo bridge, 92 is still an 11 minute and route time. the golden gate bridge is still without delays from end to end. it is still small through marin. >> the cleveland man accused of holding three women kept a for over a decade will appear in court this morning. 53 years old ariel castro faces are raymond 1977 different charges. on friday, a grand jury added nearly 650 additional counts against castro. those charges include kidnapping,
>> welcome back. the american league pitchers shut down the best of the national league and manager bruce vochy to win baseball's midsummer classic. the three to zero ends of the national league's three game winning streak and means that the american league will have home till the advantage to a world series. 10 american league pitchers held national league batters to three hits and combined on the sellout. this was the ninth sellout in the 84-game
history of all-star game, and a second in a row. giants buster posey struck out in his one plate appearance in the seventh period and the a's closer to grant belfort pitched a scoreless sixth inning. >> oakland athletic yoenis cepsedes just crusted in the home-run derby. they were offering $1 off the field level, plaza outfield, and plaza reserved seats to their next home game for every home run and that he hit up to 29. well he hit 32 home runs, so those of $34 tickets were selling for just $5. you guessed it, they're already sold out. the next sunday
miss a july 25th against the angels. >> coming up on the and the kron 4 morning news at 7:00 a.m.. frustration is growing for trump drivers who are less waiting outside the port of oakland this morning. the port shutdown today. we would tell you why. >> a rally in san francisco in response to the georgia zimmerman not guilty verdict. we are following the latest on that story. >> we will have highlights and a low lights from all the all-star game including hello twitter will go. that story and more in the world according to gary and 7:45 a.m..
>> another frustrating day >> the change in today's forecast will be the cloud cover. exactly when it will pull back from the coast line. we are racing partly sunny skies in walnut creek and concord, temperatures in the upper 50s, low 60s. into the afternoon expect upper 80s for the warmest and in spots and we will definitely see more sunshine today. more clouds and a forecast by 8:00 p.m. tonight. today marks the first day of the warming trend headed into the weekend. full details on what to expect in your seven day coming up and my next report. >> we thought things are clearing out, we were tracking a hot spot here on 680 southbound. the ds